According to the bank provided information, to achieve its objective, the project team will conduct the necessary studies to assess the electricity market, sector liquidity & cash-flow analysis, legal and regulatory frameworks for Independent Power Producers and Public-Private Partnerships and propose energy sector interventions to the Ministry of Energy and Water (MINEA). During the implementation stage, the project team will consult with MINEA, MINFIN, IGAPE, MEP, IRSEA, RNT, PRODEL, ENDE, and other sector stakeholders (financial institutions, donors, international development partners, business associations, and NGOs) as part of the stakeholders’ engagement.
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